BIDDEFORD

Beauty consultation offered to women in cancer treatment

Southern Maine Health Care will offer a “Look Good Feel Better” program for cancer patients from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday on the SMHC campus at 1 Medical Center Drive.

This program is a one-time beauty consultation with a licensed cosmetologist or aesthetician for women who are currently undergoing cancer treatment. The beauty professionals provide tips and practical techniques for coping with hair loss and changes in the skin that often result from chemotherapy or radiation therapy.

Each participant will receive a complimentary cosmetic kit donated by the cosmetics industry and tips on how to use wigs, scarves, and other accessories to conceal hair loss.

The session is free, but registration is required by calling 283-7320.

SOUTHERN MAINE

Annual bird counts rescheduled in two York County territories

York County Audubon has announced a change in plans for its annual Christmas Bird Counts: The counts will not occur on Christmas Day this year.

The first event, the Southern York County CBC, will be Monday, while the Biddeford/Kennebunkport CBC will be Jan. 2.

The Southern York County circle extends from Kittery to Ogunquit, while the Biddeford/Kennebunkport count circle reaches from Kennebunk to Saco.

Each count territory is a geographic circle, carved out into six or more territories. Each territory has a team that scours it during “count day” looking for all bird species, and recording the numbers seen of each. At the end of the day, teams meet to compile the counts and share highlights. Once compiled, the counts are forwarded to National Audubon for its master compilation.

For more details, call Pat Moynahan at 284-5487 or email [email protected] for the Southern York County CBC; or Kathy Donahue at 967-4102 or [email protected] for the Biddeford/Kennebunkport CBC.

KENNEBUNK

Library offers beads program and series of Teen Thursdays

The Kennebunk Free Library will offer a Beadcraft program at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Kennebunk Free Library, 112 Main St.

Children in grade 1 and older can create a holiday-themed Beadcraft keychain or necklace. All supplies will be provided. Space is limited, and registration is required.

Also a Teen Thursdays program will be from 2:30-4 p.m. Thursdays through January. Activities, homework help, board games and snacks will be provided. Open to students in grades 6-12. The event is free and wheelchair accessible.

For more details, call 985-2173, ext. 5, or visit KennebunkLibrary.org.